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Police Log for Week of January 14 - 20, 2018

by Paul Saulnier
January 23, 2018

Slow week for HPD but more Holliston drivers than usual drawn into the Washington Street demolition derby.

January 14, 2018:

Animal incident, Fiske Pond; black & white beagle/spaniel on the loose. GOA - possibly headed to Sherborn (diamond studded collar?)

Crash, Concord; two Holliston drivers intersect (possibly to avoid an out-of-towner).

Vehicle stop with summons, 830 Washington; Vellicela Segundo Dario of Framingham for failure to stop, number plate violation and unlicensed operation.

January 15:

Crash with summons, Central & Railroad; Maria Velozo of Lowell ran her car into a Holliston car and was issued a summons for operating in violation of her license class. Hometown Auto claimed the car.

Crash, 830 Washington; Holliston driver swerved to avoid an out-of-towner and hit a post.

January 16:

Erratic driver, Washington & Central; report of black & white pickup truck with a snow plow driving erratically.

January 17:

Vehicle stop with summons, Wilkins & Carlton; William Carcamo of Framingham for operating with no insurance and a revoked registration.

Crash, Washington & Elm; two Holliston drivers meet in less than ideal circumstances.

Animal incident, Arthur; loose dog not letting caller into her own house, ACO notified

January 18:

Crash, Jerrold; Framingham car bumped into a Holliston car, although in a minor way.

Animal incident, 198 Highland; car versus deer. Deer ran off looking for an aspirin.

January 19:

Vehicle stop with summons, 585 Norfolk; Paul Foley of Worcester for unregistered vehicle and operating with a suspended license (but lots of insurance?)

January 20:

Complaint, Lowland & Jeffrey; stop sign run over (and left for dead).

During the reporting period, 21 citations and 8 warnings were issued.

BWTM:

But officer that's not my car. It's just a snow bank.

 

 

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